Amazon layoffs now expected to mount to 20,000, including top managers

Amazon plans to lay off as many as 20,000 employees across the company in the coming months, including  distribution center workers, technology staff and corporate executives—about twice as many as previously reported—as the…

Apple gives up on ‘Reality,’ but still wants to extend it

While we must wait and see what the tangible enterprise benefits of Apple’s next big product introduction will be, the company has given up on Reality when it comes to the name of…

Hey, Google: It’s time to step up your Pixel upgrade promise

Look, it’s no big secret that I’m a fan of Google’s Pixel program. I’ve personally owned Pixel phones since the first-gen model graced our gunk-filled pockets way back in 2016. And Pixels have…

Maersk’s TradeLens demise likely a death knell for blockchain consortiums

The impending shutdown of one of the largest digital shipping tracking ledgers is likely a sign that costly customized enterprise blockchain projects managed by consortiums are doomed — and have been for a…

From monolith to modular: How enterprise content management is evolving

As digital technologies have transformed the way people create, move, and store their data over the decades, managing the multitude of physical documents and digital data produced by a company has remained an…

So, you were laid off? Don’t panic

While I’ve never been laid off, I was fired twice in my younger years. It was both very traumatic and unexpected. The most embarrassing experience was being fired from my first full-time job…

The Underrated Elements of Cyber Resiliency

Resiliency in a business context is often closely associated with continuity. If something happens, or if there is an outage, businesses depend on the principles of failover and redundancy to keep systems up…

Forget Rip and Replace. Innovate in Place.

Today, competitive forces are fiercer than ever in the marketplace. Companies need to continuously transform business models, products, and services, and their infrastructure needs to support it all if they want to thrive…

AIOps: The Path to a Better IT Paradigm

AIOps is no mere buzzword. It’s a next-level market that paves the way for modernization by more fully connecting IT health and efficiency with business outcomes. How critical is that connection? Just last…

IBM, Maersk scuttle blockchain-based TradeLens supply chain platform

Four years after IBM and Maersk first unveiled TradeLens, the companies have announced they will be withdrawing TradeLens offerings and will discontinue the blockchain-based supply chain platform. The platform will go offline by the…

AWS brings Verified Access security to the Apple enterprise

Amazon is introducing its next-gen AWS Verified Access security technology. At its annual AWS re: Invent show, the company confirmed the tech will be made available to enterprises running Apple products thanks to…

IBM, Maersk scuttle blockchain-based TradeLens suply chain platform

Four years after IBM and Maersk first unveiled TradeLens, the companies have announced they will be withdrawing TradeLens offerings and will discontinue the blockchain-based supply chain platform. The platform will go offline by the…

3 quick tricks for smarter Android sharing

Well, I’ll be: We’re currently on the cusp of 20-frickin’-23, somehow. And yet, moving info from your phone to your computer still creates a confoundingly complex conundrum for most of us mere mortals….

The new way to hire tech workers: from the bottom up

By the time she was 21, Sara Mothersil had attended college for three years — and changed her major three times. She didn’t know what she wanted to do, but did realize one…

When fees are ‘taxes’ and free speech costs $8 a month

Thanks to the Twitter CEO Elon Musk, Apple faces renewed criticism over its App Store fees and whether its insistence on content moderation somehow suppresses free speech. Neither is quite true. App Store…

How not to manage a business, starring Twitter’s Elon Musk

By the time you read this, there’s a decent chance Twitter will be dead in the water. Technically, there are many reasons I can safely predict its coming crash, but I’m not here…